Please send sites that only offer puppies or dogs for sale to the appropriate location in Regional. Recreation categories are intended for hobbyist interested in their breeds. It is not intended for sales.
The Airedale Terrier often referred to as "The King of Terriers" originated in Yorkshire, England where it was used primarily to kill vermin. It is the largest of the terriers measuring 23-24" at the top of the shoulder. It's coat is hard, dense, wiry, tan with a black or dark grizzle saddle and non-shedding. The coat needs to be clippered several times a year. The Airedale is a popular watch dog and family pet and is good with children. Exercise should include a daily walk.
The American Pit Bull Terrier (APBT) is a medium-sized dog. It has a short coat and smooth, defined muscle structure. Its eyes are round to almond shaped; its ears are small to medium in length and can be natural or cropped. The tail is thick and tapers to a point and its coat is glossy, smooth, short and can be any color.
Please only suggest sites relating primarily to the American Pit Bull Terrier as a pet and companion animal.
The Australian Terrier is a small spirited dog developed in Tasmania in the 19th century. It is a working terrier with a temperament and loyalty suitable for a companion dog.

For sites that are not in English, please submit them to the appropriate category: Danish, Finnish, German, Swedish.

For other languages, please find the appropriate category in World.

Breeders of breeds of dogs in the Terrier Group.
This category pertains only to Cairn Terriers. These dogs were originally bred to hunt rodents and other quarry. "Cairns" are piles of rocks which were common in the landscape of the Isle of Skye, in Scotland, where Cairn Terriers originated. They are beloved for their "big dog attitude in a small dog's body."
Please submit sites pertaining only to Cairn Terriers.

Submit sites relating to more than one breed in a higher level category.

Submit sites relating to products and services to Shopping/Pets/Dogs/.

Breed specific clubs for dogs in the Terrier Group.
Fox Terriers are a small Terrier breed originally developed to go to ground and drive fox out of their dens. There are two Fox Terrier breed varieties; Smooth and Wire.
Please submit only general information sites about both Fox Terrier breeds to this category. Sites specific to one variety or the other should be submitted to their respective sub-categories.
Rescue organizations should be submitted to Miniature Schnauzer: Rescue.
The Rat Terrier is an American breed descended from the terriers brought over by English miners and other working class immigrants. These terriers probably included crosses between the Smooth Fox Terrier, the Manchester Terrier and the now extinct white English Terrier. These dogs were used as ratters, and gambling on their prowess in killing rats was a favorite hobby of their owners. Some of these dogs were crossed with Whippets or Italian Greyhounds (for speed) and Beagles (for hunting ability). Eventually, these tough little terriers evolved into today’s Rat Terrier.

For quicker placement in the directory please follow these Submission Tips:

Title: Name of Site or Organization
Description: This describes the website and should note distinguishing features found on the site without the use of hype, personal pronouns, or repetitive terms.

Guidelines for Rat Terriers:

There are four subcategories of the Rat Terrier section. If appropriate, please submit your site to the appropriate subcategory.

This is a recreational category and may not be the appropriate location to list your site. To qualify here, breeder sites must offer original hobbyist content. Sites that focus primarily on puppies/dogs for sale or offer pet-related merchandise as a significant portion their content may not be listed here. You may consider submitting your site to an appropriate Regional locality.

*NOTE: 99% of "ImageEvent" websites do not belong here. Please submit them directly to your appropriate Regional locality.

Clubs and Organizations for the Rat Terriers breed.

Personal websites about (or even by) pet Rat Terriers.

Rescues and Shelters
Rescues and Shelters devoted to the Rat Terrier breed.

A Note About Type-A and Type-B Rat Terriers:
"Type-B Rat Terriers" are also known as Teddy Roosevelt Terriers, which is recognized as a distinct breed. If your site is specifically about "Type-B Rat Terriers", please submit it to Teddy Roosevelt Terrier.

Rescue organizations that deal with more than one breed in the Terrier group.

Please submit rescues and shelters that focus on a specific breed to that breed''s category.

Rescues and shelters that accept any breed of dog should be submitted to the appropriate category under Recreation: Pets: Dogs: Rescues and Shelters.

Rescues and shelters that accept dogs and other animals should be submitted to the appropriate category under Society: Organizations: Animal Welfare: Rescues and Shelters

Sites about Jack Russell Terriers, Parson Jack Russell Terriers, and Parson Russell Terriers.

The Jack Russell Terrier was developed in the early 1800's in England by the Parson John Russell. This dog has become, under various standards and according to different registries, the Jack Russell Terrier (JRTCA, UKC), the Parson Jack Russell Terrier (KC, FCI, ANKC) and the Parson Russell Terrier (AKC, ANKC).

As a pet, these dogs need a great deal of activity and attention, disciple, and acceptable outlets for their strong drives to hunt prey and go to ground. They are energetic, bold, and assertive and may not be suitable for households with other pets or children.

Please submit only sites with general information about the Russell Terriers to this category.
"From the past history of the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, the modern dog draws its character of indomitable courage, high intelligence, and tenacity. This coupled with its affection for its friends, and children in particular, its off-duty quietness, and trustworthy stability, makes it a foremost all-purpose dog." - American Kennel Club -
Please submit sites only that relate directly to West Highland White Terrier discussion groups. Minimum of 200 members in group required to be listed in this category.